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Manuel Sosa (actor)

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Manuel Sosa
Manuel Sosa Morales

(1983-10-28) 28 October 1983 (age 37)
Other namesCoko Sosa
OccupationActor, Singer

Manuel Vicente Sosa Morales[1] (born 28 October 1983) is a Venezuelan actor known for his roles in various telenovelas.[2]


He was a former member of the musical group Calle Ciega before he left to participate in the telenovela Mi Gorda Bella.

In late 2012, he released his first single from his upcoming album titled Dame.[3]

Personal life

Manuel Sosa is publicly known with the nickname "Coko". He has two[4] children: "Danielito"[5] (official name: Daniel Alejandro)[5] born on 29 October 2007[5] from his relationship with super model Shannon de Lima[5][6] (born on 6 January 1989)[7][8] and Sofia, born on 8 October 2008 from his relationship with fellow actress Mirela Mendoza. In 2011 "Coko" had a brief relationship with co-star Sabrina Salvador while filming the telenovela Natalia del Mar.



Year Title Role
1998 Hoy te Vi
Reina de Corazones
2000 La calle de los sueños José Luis
2003 Mi Gorda Bella Joel
2004 ¡Qué buena se puso Lola! Romerito Santos
2005 Amor a Palos Wilfredo Zapata
2007 Mi prima Ciela David Espinoza Urdaneta "El Vido"
2008 Calle luna, Calle sol Manuel Augusto Mastronardi García
2010 La mujer perfecta Javier Tiberio López "Nené"
2011 Natalia del Mar Luis Manuel Moncada


  • Pasión de mil amores (2013)
  • La hija de Juana Crespo (2006)


  • Aji Picante [9]


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